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Managing Invasives: From Garlic Mustard Pulls to Tupperweed Parties

A free lecture presented by Grow Native Massachusetts:
The cooperative management of invasive species requires creative new approaches—whether working with your neighbors or town hall. We explore innovative ways to start grassroots control efforts, discussing effective outreach methods and the importance of public education. The Westfield River Watershed Invasive Species Partnership will illustrate effective organizational collaboration and coordinated control methods. Dr. Julie Richburg is Regional Ecologist at The Trustees of Reservations.
For more information: http://www.grownativemass.org/programs/eveningswithexperts

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